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can do better than robbing peter to pay paul. the republican majority wants to eliminate hundreds of thousands if not millions more students from the program to program by cutting $98 billion by that program allowing. to be sure, students have continued to struggle to afford the cost of a college degree. skyrocketing college costs in recent years have eroded the purchasing power of the pell grant forcing the recipients to increase. the reliance on student loans. the maximum hellbent award of $5,785 will cover the smaller share of college cost in this part of the program. it's troubling today to note that program to recipients are already more than twice as likely as other students to have student loans. in closing i want to see that as the congress is working to reauthorize the higher education act, i urge my colleagues on both sides of the idol to value the program to program as a piece of the larger budget discussions and not to limit themselves to solving short-term funding problems with long-lasting cuts to student aid. with that i yield back. >> thank you mr. hinojosa. all su
that, i don't know about the other but it seems like bo cooper, former ins general counsel, paul virtue, former ins general counsel, these are general counsels of the ins, each of them established that the president of the does have prosecutorial discretion when he gets to decide who to prosecute and who not to. that is what he did. he sent children aside, said i'm not going to longer prosecute them because they do not present an imminent threat. guess what, mr. chairman? year-and-a-half later, 500,000 of them are walking around and i assure you, because i know the way this place works, if you could find one and bring them up here that sheets how he has caused some danger or some harm that person would have already have come but the fact is they're not. they're working in congressional offices. three are working in my congressional office, filling out forms. they're american citizens in everything but a piece of paper. all i want to do, and i want to establish because the chairman is absolutely correct. i'm going to say this for my point. when we were in charge in 2007 and 2008, we were
the honorable paul cook to act as speaker pro tempore on this day. boehner, n a. speaker of the house of representatives. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the order of the house of january 3, 2013, the chair will now recognize members from lists submitted by the majority and minority leaders for mornin
is being done in the medicare base already is a good idea. >> that republican paul ryan budget included provisions to repeal the affordable care act including the important reforms to medicare, the closing of the coverage gap known as the doughnut hole and preventive services that are such a great benefit to many of the neighbors and a wellness exams and important medicare fraud prevention provisions. do you support the repeal yes or no because my time has run out. >> just yes or no real quick because my time is up. >> yes or no. [laughter] >> of the reforms in medicare to include it in. >> there are parts that should be repealed. >> beneficiaries would be pretty upset if they were repealed. >> i think protections are important. they need to be continued and be in place. >> i would answer differently depending on the provision. >> the chair recognizes the gentleman and the chair emeritus for fiv five-minute. >> i arrived late and i didn't get to hear the testimony. >> the gentle lady from illinois for five minutes for a question. >> i just wanted to make the point is tha that i think th
searches were north face and decker's ugg boots. timb the weather channel's paul walsh reported that colder than normal temps will continue. a 100% increase is projected in snowfall. the current winter storm cleon will hurt foot traffic generally. it is christmas. >> we're getting tweets from minnesota where they're expecting another foot of snow. >> but they're tough there, carl. they go out and shop any way. if they don't, maybe they shop from macy's online. it's christmas. >> thanks, court. meantime, chinese telecom reportedly no longer wants to stay in the u.s. market. in an interview with a french news site, the company says after years of accusations of cyber espionage, it will cut ties with the u.s. ironic it takes place as the vice president is on its way to beijing. >> i've got clarification on that, carl. talked to them this morning. they told me they're not pulling out of the u.s. market. but they're not investing in growth here because they feel like they're blocked. they're going to continue to serve customers, sell hand sets but they're not making any kind of big investment pu
in 1078 time. weather channel's paul walsh forecasts colder than normal temps will continue for the next couple of weeks. the snowstorm will hurt foot traffic temporarily but then again it is christmas. gifts have to be bought somehow. bill? >> somehow. they'll have to be delivered by drone. >> whatever it takes. >> what a concept. thank you, courtney. you know, one retail stock that's been on an incredible run no matter the weather has been tjx, parent of stores like tj maxx and marshall's. look at the chart so far this year with a gain of 47% as it enjoys this ride. will it stay red hot, no matter how cold it gets. you're ready? we're setting ourselves up with a stock brawl. >> stephanie saying she's not buying at these levels, but chad morgan continues to add to his positions. welcome to you both. stephanie, you not interested in tjx, why? >> no. just to be clear, we own it. we were buying this a couple years ago at $38 share. with 47% gain year to date, if you look at the valuation at 19 times forward estimate, that's well above five and ten-year historical average. >> you're not buy
people we are working within america -- [inaudible] which is paul steiger who's got eckstein to his name and extremely experienced. the mac did you send documents to handle? >> i told you earlier, one story, it all number of documents. i gave the cabinet secretary his name. >> thank you. >> a quick question mr. reckless. >> why you didn't redact those names before "the new york times"? >> there were 58,000 documents. >> so in the public interest defense is not actually journalism, that he didn't have the time or resources going through them. >> there were conversations at the cabinet after terry, which led me to think that it was wise to share this material. they attended by herself. how many people read their? >> i think two or three from "the guardian." >> you just broke up, is that right? >> it's harder to smash up a computer you might be. the food mixers -- [inaudible] >> if you have the documents anyway to publish them. >> well, it goes back to spy catcher. i was completely clear what the cabinet secretary that there were copies elsewhere and that the destruction of these computers
process. "the guardian" is reporting this is going to be an epic time. >> rival john paul ii's -- >> in 2005, his funeral. >> it will come to a stand still. the country can't function. there will be organized and impromptu memorials. which are happening. there you see that. that is johannesburg, south africa. that is happening live right now. this thing will happen throughout the ten days and beyond then. >> all right. we'll be right back. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this the from our abc stations. ♪ >>> the pride in everybody's face when they take a picture with that man. nelson mandela lived the kind of life that few on this planet will ever achieve. robin roberts looks back at his inconquerable spirit. >> reporter: nelson mandela, a leader who inspired a nation's hope. >> both black and white will be able to walk tall. >> reporter: forgive. >> at peace with itself and the world. ♪ >> reporter: his tribal name given at birth means troublemaker. but on the first day of school, his teacher gave him a new name. >> you must have a christian name, and i sa
-old of stealing part of the porsche that paul walker was killed in. a man was arrested at his l.a. home yesterday. the sheriff's department says the wreckage was being towed away after saturday's deadly crash when someone got owl of the car, following the tow truck, grabbed a part and drove away. the part was found in the person's home. >>> california senator dianne feinstein is pushing to keep a deadline for installing new technology on trains that she says would prevent crashes like the one in new york over the weekend that killed four people. senator feinstein introduced legislation back in 2008 that requires all trains to have what's called positive train control installed by december 31st, 2015. the technology automatically slows down or stops train if engineers exceed speed limits or are on a collision course with another train. the railroad industry has been lobbying to install this to 2015. >>> it's been six days since a plane carrying a pilot and his family went missing. dale smith was flying from oregon to montana when he reported engine trouble and the plane disappear. 30 members of hi
's ultimate struggle hero. bill? bill: well done, paul..% thank you. we're looking forward to the next nine, ten days in your country in south africa. martha? martha: well, now for more on nelson mandela, let's wring in a man who brings a unique perspective to this discussion because he was the u.s. ambassador to south africa during apartheid. edward perkins, former u.s. ambassador to south africa, ambassador, welcome. it is very good to have you with us this morning. >> thank you. good to be here. martha: look back for us on those times in the reagan administration and the role, the unique role that you were asked to play while nelson mandela was in prison prison. >> well, as you say, during the reagan administration things got a little hot here in washington, in the united states in terms of how the united states government looked at the apartheid system. and we were sort of using benign neglect in a sense. not getting directly involved in letting everybody know that this was not something that the united states government could countenance. and president reagan was advised by his secreta
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between getting a job or not. and in detroit today, senator rand paul is introducing legislation to create what he calls freedom songs he said would keep money in the hands of text they are sent to the selected tree. senator powell's remarks came in a speech at the detroit economic club. >> today i'm here to introduce something that caught economic freedom songs. a bill introduced next week in washington. these freedom zones will dramatically reduce taxes and red tape so detroit businesses can grow and thrive. freedom zones are similar to an idea that kemp introduced a couple decades ago. template figure out ways to empower real people, regardless of race or family background. he called his plan a conservative war on poverty. it is time we revisit these ideas and expand upon them. i told somebody recently, mrs. jack kemp's enterprise on on steroids. the bill introduced will introduce the use and begin economic freedoms. this bill will lower personal and corporate income taxes in detroit to 5%. my bill also lower the payroll tax to present for the employees 2% for the employers. economic fr
deal on the budget. patty murray and paul ryan amere to be nearing some type of agreement on setting spending levels for the next year and maybe even the year after that. dealing with sequester as well as other revenue increases that aren't new taxes. con for instance report come out the next week. right now that's being included in the bucket deal. he's pressing very hard for it to be. or in a separate piece of legislation. speaker boehner left the door open. he would be open to having another extension. at this point they haven't figured out how they get it done or if it will get down. >> what happens if they can't reach a budget agreement before the break? >> there's no real repurr indication immediately. as well as leadership and maybe even the white house. >> we know they have been working on the farm bill. can we expect to see both on that next week? >> it will be unlikely to see that. they are trying to come back together. it could reach a deal next week. it's like a link between the farm bill and the budget committee conference committees. trying to get something done. but a
a consulting company together with paul montero who is here. palm. wave your hands so everybody can see it. handsome guy. we worked at a consulting company where we held institutions partner with the faith community. other questions? all right. thank you so much. [applause] >> across here. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> booktv is on facebook. like us to interact with booktv guests and viewers. watch videos and get up-to-date information on events. >> you are watching booktv on c-span2. next participants read selections from books that have been banned or challenge over the years. this event was hosted by the northern virginia fine arts association and is about two hours. >> welcome. i am catherine, executive director and very happy we're having a band polk read out today. is amazing to me what is banned polk the still being challenged today. the director of the office of alexandria is going to read from the great gatsby. [applause] >> good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. let me say from the outset this is one of my favorite books, probably beca
? >> a possible deal on the budget. tiny marie and paul ryan seem to be approaching some kind of agreement dealing with the sequester as well as some other revenue increased others -- s.creaser' we can move forward on spending bills. loc is insisting unemployment benefits need to be part of the discussion. why is that? might that be an item that is a hurdle for them? >> it expires the week after christmas. several democrats want to see that extended another year. that is not being included in the budget deal. speaker boehner has left the door then. he said he would be open to having another extension. he has not figured out how they're going to get done or if it will get done. >> what happens if they cannot reach a budget agreement? there is no real repercussions immediately. the government stays open. they have about another month to find some other way to get it beyond the deadline. >> we know they have been working on the farm bill. can we expect to see both? >> it would be unlikely. they're trying to come back together. it is like a race between the farm bill and the conference committee tryin
to work this weekend? paul ryan and patty murray are back at home this weekend in wisconsin and washington states respectively. are we nearing another government shutdown? tennessee's republican congresswoman marsha blackburn sits on the senate house budget committee. good to see you. thanks for spending some time with me. you sit on the budget committee. as you keep an eye on the ryan/murray budget conference, trying to hammer out a deal, what are you most hoping to see come out of it and what are you most willing to compromise on? >> i think that we are all hopeful that they are going to reach a budget number and be able to come to that agreement so that the appropriators can start building that budget out. that's what we're hopeful. a couple of things that we would like to see is dealing with the long-term system at growth that you see through the trust funds and through the entitlements. craig, one of the things we know is with the work we've done through sequestration, you're going to see a growth in discretionary spending that will be about 17% of the budget. but when you look at the
:00 on c- "q&a." >> this morning on "washington editor," "usa today" paul singer looks at efforts to reintroduce the health care law, the outlook for a budget deal, and the 2014 midterm elections and the 2016 presidential elections. then "wall street journal" reporter eric morath talks about the jobs numbers. lampton on vice president trip -- on the vice president's trip to china. "washington journal" is next. ♪ good morning, it is a back to work week for the u.s. senate and the only week old houses in congress will be in session. negotiations sums on a possible agreement, the farm bill, and others are just some of the topics that will lead the debate in what is expected to be a busy five days for lawmakers. the flag of the u.s. capitol remains at half staff in honor of nelson mandela. the white house announced that the president and mr. obama -- and mrs. obama will be joined by presidents carter, clinton, and george w.
. here he is in attack dog mode against congressman paul ryan last year. >> we have these sanctions in place. it's in spite of their opposition -- >> oh, god. >> they've given 20 waivers to this sanction. under a romney administration, we will have credibility on this issue. >> vice president biden? >> it's incredible. when governor romney's asked about it, he's said, we've got to keep these sanctions. and he's said, you're talking about doing more. are you going to go to war? is that what you want to do? this is a bunch of stuff. with all do respect, that's a bunch of malarkey. >> stuff, malarkey, laughing and mocking, but here he is four years older, shall we say, holding himself back as sarah palin goes on the attack. pay attention to joe biden's face. >> barack obama and senator o'biden, you've said no to everything in trying to find a solution to the domestic energy that we're in. now barack obama and senator biden also voted for the largest tax increases in u.s. history. barack had 94 opportunities -- on the tax thing, i want to correct you on that again. and i want to let you
and a totally legitimate reform. and i know that there've been bills introduced to that. senator rand paul and others. i think that is an excellent idea because it would bring some clarity to highlight as others suggested the bill ought to be read out loud on the house floor before they are voted on. the second suggestion i have come and again this is a radical one but one we ought to consider. at the last 40 years as we looked at the issue of money and politics the focus has always been largely restructuring behavior of american citizens, of donors and people outside of washington dc and that's really very unusual because think about this for a second. what you're talking about when people are making campaign donations especially voluntarily they like this candidate or this idea it is a first amendment issue as far as i'm concerned. people have the right to express the notion of who they support. there are very few restructurings on the conduct of politicians when it comes to raising money and that's not to say that all of them do so badly or do bad things but there are abuses that occur
candidate than a senator or somebody from congress, even though i'm a paul ryan fin. but the stench of dysfunction and obstructionism that emanates from washington right now is hard to disguise and shake off. you know, i think, i think chris christie's record in jeb's record would stand up to scrutiny from republican conservatives. they may not agree with all of it, but it's hard to argue that jeb bush did not govern as a conservative in his eight years in florida. once again, he didn't raise taxes once. so i think he would be a terrific candidate, and i think, i think he is seriously thinking about it. i think he is intrigued about. he's thinking about it. he's a very self disciplined guy. so i don't think you're going -- i don't think he is going to sears to think about it and make a decision until next year, next summer, maybe a little bit later than that. around next summer. i would love to see his voice in the debate, the part of it just because i think he brings so much to the table, and because he's not going to be afraid to say what he feels he needs to stay. -- >> we will l
a ways to go. host: we have an e-mail from paul. host: talk to us about the politics of this budget negotiation. guest: well, the politics does complicate budget negotiations. if you go in a room with budget experts and the cameras are not on, you could have some logical debates about these issues. politicians -- tend to play to their base. on the republican side, you do not get a lot of votes by we should think copper mines with the democrats and that includes some tax breaks." it is easy for an opponent to attack you. on the democratic side, it is difficult to say, "we should look at these long-term benefits and maybe we should scale some of them back." that is a tough message on the democratic side. what you need to do for a long- term budget deal is compromise on those things. that is a skill that seems to be diminishing on capitol hill. i am afraid you had into a campaign season and it makes it more difficult to achieve a budget deal. in texas on our line for democrats. caller: how are you doing? louis brandeis said we must make our choice. we may have democracy or what may hav
't need 20,000 pages of rules and laws to fix this problem. >> i hear patty murray and paul ryan are working on some type of budget deal. what can you tell us about it? >> what they're trying to do is there any way we can reform some of the mandatory long term spending programs. hopefully they can come up with a commonsense solution there. >> do you think you'll get something done? >> it's sounding pretty positive. >> you'll go along with the deal that will be presented? >> i'm going to go along with a good deal. >> thank you. 20 minutes after the top of the hour. coming up straight ahead, don't call it a christmas tree. trees are banned and so are the colors, red and green at one school. the lawmakers tries to make sure that never happens. his story was so inspiring it became a hollywood movie, how the guy who cut off his own arm to save his life is behind bars. life is behind bars. what happened? without campbell's green bean casserole. wish you were here. ♪ [ doorbell ] [ gasps ] ♪ [ gong ] [ wisest kid ] m'm! m'm! good! they don't know it yet, but they're gonna fall in lo
. >> when we did "graceland" with paul simon, we played to more than ten million people who had never heard of south africa or apartheid before and it really grabbed the world. ♪ bring back nelson mandela ♪ ♪ bring him back home to soweto ♪ ♪ i want to see him walking down the street ♪ ♪ with winnie mandala ♪ >> it's the sight of nelson mandela walking strongly to freedom. >> the day he came out of jail and he came out like this, the whole world screamed. >> africa! >> so many people trying to put his life in context right now. i heard one historian say, he was south africa's abraham lincoln. >> i love that analogy and it totally works. >>> cbs news will have much more on nelson mandela tonight in a special report "nelson mandela: father of a nation" exploring the social cultural and political impact of his life on south africa and the world. now here's a look at the weather for your weekend. >>> up next dr.s john lafouk and holly phillips with medical advice. this is "cbs this morning saturday." >> announcer: this portion sponsored by novolog flex pe
digital reference there at "the new york times" for 17 years. paul sagan, leading-edge internet right down the road here, but also a second-generation journalist with a background in newspapers, television and digital journalism. and me, an old reporter, editor and recently escaped publishing exec it is. what we did was we sat around and they argued because we didn't really agree on a whole lot, but we're all interested in the same topic and that was the digital disruption of the journalism business. our questions were simple. what happened? how did we blow it? what could've been done differently? reargued for a while and finally we propose to our masters that we were going to do this oral history. i think they thought we were all crazy. but we had googled the topic and we found that there were 77,000 articles that have been written on the subject and we used that to say we don't need to write 77,001st articles. so we decided to target the key institutions in the key decision-makers going back 35 years in our original idea was 10 key moments, 20 key people. we will be in and out of here in
the long-term problem. but we certainly don't want a shutdown at all. i know paul ryan. and i think chairman murray are really working together to try to stabilize the situation, come up with something. if we can get some long-term mandatory reforms in exchange for, you know, some sequester relief, maybe plus up some defense, i know people are highly concerned about readiness in our military. and you've got to do a little giving from that standpoint. you need some real structure reform to the long-term mandatory spending programs in order for that deal to work. >> it puts it out past the 2014 election. >> that's they're talking. let's hope nobody throws a poison pill in there. >> at this point, you're from wisconsin. i see wisconsin at best a middle of the road state. i think you kind of lean left. >> i'll call it a common sense state. the government ought to live within its means. >> really? >> i think so, yeah. >> but you do, i think of it as kind of a -- isn't madison, wisconsin? >> well, it has its pockets of interesting individuals, sure. >> but from what you can tell. from wha
, 2013. i hereby appoint the honorable paul cook to act as speaker pro tempore on this day. boehner, n a. speaker of the house of representatives. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the order of the house of january 3, 2013, the chair will now recognize members from lists submitted by the majority and minority leaders for morning hour ebate. the chair will alternate recognition between the parties with each party limited to one hour and each member other than the majority and minority leaders and the minority whip , but in o five minutes no event shall debate continue eyond 11:50 a.m. the chair recognizes the gentleman from north carolina, mr. jones, for five minutes. mr. jones: mr. speaker, thank you. yesterday, i came to the floor to speak about the bilateral strategic agreement and the fact that president karzai has refused to sign the proposal offered by the administration. since we have been in afghanistan, 2,285 americans have given their lives for our country and 19,514 have been wounded. the time has come for congress to understand history. from the days of alexander the great
and conversation between susie and jean paul gaultier. i feel very fortunate at the fine arts museum because in fact susie mencus' son lives in the bay area and she comes frequently to visit the family. it is always my favorite time of in the exhibition, when she comes and i get to walk through the exhibition with her. it is so learnful. i wanted to share that opportunity with the rest of the bay area. one of my favorites, during the laurent exhibition, one of my favorite moments is one suzy stopped in her tracks. she said, this is it, this is what is true of any great artist or any great designer. when they do something, it can be shocking and avant-garde, but years later, we stand and look at it and believe it has always existed. i think that this is true of jean paul gaultier's work. i know that have been friends for a very long time. it is my honor to introduce both suzy menkes, fashion editor of the international herald tribune, and mr. jean paul gaultier. [applause] >> the love seat. [laughter] i just want to know, can you hear me? please shout loudly if you cannot. [laughter] yes or n
'm coming home coming home ♪ >> you think of his family during the holiday season. >> paul walker's brother packing up at the actor's home. >> as more revelations come to life about the beautiful life paul led. >> he did so much for charity. >> it's stuff like that that just gets you. >> and could his girlfriend now left in mourning inherit part of his millions. >> jasmine is a big question mark. >>> amanda bynes out of rehab. what's next? we have the answer. >>> nene leakes tells us about the deadly ailment that almost killed her. >> blood clots all over your right lung. >>> and stevie nicks at 65. her fleetwood mac reunion with reese witherspoon. >> and her new "american horror story" role. >> this is just like stevie nicks bopping in with a tambourine and walking through the house. >>> now where yahoo! and broadcast meet for 24/7 access to celebrity news, "omg! insider." hello, everyone. the new tribute to paul walker that's gone viral and more on his humanitarian efforts. but first, the passing of former south african president nelson mandela. i'm kevin frazier. thea andrews will join m
or somebody else. i am a pulp). -- i am a paul ryan fan. but the stench of dysfunction that emanates from washington right now, it is hard to disguise and shake off. chris christie's record and jeb's record would stand up for scrutiny from republican conservatives. i may not agree follow that, but it is hard to argue that jeb bush did not govern as a conservative in his eight years in florida. he did not raise taxes once. i think he would be a terrific candidate. i think he seriously is thinking about it. he is intrigued by it. he is a very disciplined guy. i do not think he is going to seriously think about it and make a decision until next year. next summer. maybe a little bit later than that. around that summer. boys --love to see his voice and the baby part of it. i think you bring so much to the table. he will not be afraid to say what he feels he needs to say. jeb bush has been out of power , what?ce -- i try to forget the following years and the rick scott years. jeb has been out of power for six years, and no, seven years. and he is still relevant. in the political debate. i would
time he was 16, his skill and talent aowed h to join the workshop of eleing, peter paul rubens. rubenscomplex compositions, such as these with their sculpturally modeled figures, greatly influenced the young artist. but even in van dyck's earliest works we see the artist's ow distinctive ylemerging. he painted this scene of st. jerome when heas about 16. instead of the heroic figures rens, van ck chose to show the hermit saint as a man past s prime. though van dyck based his composition on a work by ruben the young artist painted it difrently, applying his paint thickly with rough, broken strokes, exaggerating the naturalism of the biblical scene. in another version of the same subjec painted just a few years later, van dyck portrays st. jerome in y a different manner. in a moment of deep religious fervor, the saint is about to strike his chest in penance ( o) this interesin psyogical intensity, human emotis, and cral momen wou mark v dyck'wo ughout h career. van dyck again looked to a work by rubens for inspiration. but once again, he interpreted the story in his own manner.
and replace sequester cuts for the next two years. congressman paul ryan and senator patti murray are said to be considering a plan that would give release . new revenue in fee increases is likely. that's where they've been talking back and forth, if you want to bring more money in, can you do it through fees by calling it other things other than taxes? that's something some republicans have said they can deal with. >> we'll see. >>> president obama wants to sell the american people on the relaunch of his troubled health care program today. he'll be starting speaking at 2:30 eastern time today. >>> let's check on the markets in anticipation of this. it wasn't too auspicious of a start yesterday. and again this morning, not so great, either. a lot of -- in the last two weeks, we have heard the word bubble like 100 times. so i don't know whether that initially just gets people to sell it off. it doesn't mean we're going down 5% or 10%, but at least it's starting with a little bit of trepidation. we have eight street weeks of gains, it probably wouldn't be surprising to not go nine. but down
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